Restoring Salmon Creek Watershed
StreamTeam is our volunteer-driven stream restoration program. More than 1,000 team members donate over 3,500 hours of their time each year to save salmon. Our StreamTeam members include utility employees, Stream Stewards, AmeriCorps members, scout groups, college students, youth groups and many other dedicated individuals.
Volunteers under the age of 18 who will not be accompanied by a legal guardian will need to bring a signed copy of this release.
Get to Know AmeriCorps Volunteers!
Since 1997, AmeriCorps volunteers have been a critical part of StreamTeam’s restoration work in the Salmon Creek and East Fork Lewis River watersheds. Well over a hundred young adults from Clark County and the nation abroad have contributed thousands of hours to improving our local habitat. Their “Get Things Done” attitudes continue to leave a lasting positive impact on the environment and our community. Please join StreamTeam in thanking all past and present AmeriCorps volunteers!
Volunteers work year-round to prepare seedlings, and pot and plant native trees.
The trees we plant have an 85 percent survival rate thanks to the StreamTeam’s hard work to weed and water them for up to five years after planting.
This grant-funded program focuses on removing aggressive, non-native plants like knotweed, invasive blackberry and canary grass.
Do you want to set yourself apart in the environmental field? Are you looking to gain environmental education experience? Do you want to be part of a great team? Then join our StreamTeam as an AmeriCorps member! LEARN MORE ›
Our StreamTeam works with potential Eagle Scouts and Gold Award candidates on many projects as a part of our educational outreach. LEARN MORE ›
Our StreamTeam provides meaningful hands-on environmental activities while educating community members. LEARN MORE ›